We've got another round of spy pictures as well a video of Lamborghini's upcoming Murcielago replacement. Sant'Agata's new hypercar, which has yet to be given an official name (although some sources suggest it will be called Jota), is planned to debut at next year's Geneva Salon.
From what we can tell by looking at the scoop photos and videos, Lamborghini's design team will stick to the 'wedgy' styling language that has been a hallmark of the firm's supercars ever since the introduction of the Countach in the 1970s.
The new hypercar will be the Italian company's first production model to make use of the lightweight carbon fiber materials showcased on the Paris Motor Show Sesto Elemento concept model. Sources claim the baddest Lambo in the range may be as much as 150kg or 330 pounds lighter than today's Murcielago.
We're not sure how much higher Lamborghini can go, but the word on the streets is that the Italian firm's flagship supercar will also be fitted with a more powerful V12 engine than on the current 670HP Murcielago LP 670-4 featuring all the latest technological advancements including direct-injection. An updated all-wheel drive system will also be on the menu.